Do you have to pay for the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan?
Mileage Plan™ is Alaska’s loyalty program for anyone who loves to travel. Earn miles with us, oneworld® alliance member airlines and our global partners, experience reward travel and achieve MVP® elite status sooner than you think. Best of all, Mileage Plan is free.
Does the Alaska Airlines mileage plan expire?
Mileage Plan miles do not expire and can remain in your account as long as the Mileage Plan program exists. However, if there is no activity (earning or using miles) on your account for 2 years, the account will expire and your miles will be deleted.
How old do you have to be to get an Alaska Airlines mileage plan?
About the Mileage Plan™ account Children under 13 are not eligible for an account, but can be enrolled in the Mileage Plan by calling us at Alaska Airlines at 1-800-252-7522 (TTY: dial 711 for relay services) from 5:00 a.m. to midnight PT, daily.
Can I use my Alaska Miles to buy a ticket for someone else?
You can use your Alaska miles to buy an award ticket for someone else. Simply fill in their name and contact details in the Passenger Information section when booking.
Is Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan Worth It?
The Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan has long been one of my favorite airline loyalty programs. Between excellent elite status benefits, high earn rates for miles flown, and high value received when you redeem miles; the program has a ton of potential.
Where can I redeem my Alaska Airlines miles?
As a reminder, Alaska partners with the following international airlines to redeem your Mileage Plan miles: Most of these partners can be booked online, but unfortunately this is not the case with Cathay Pacific and LATAM.
How many miles do you need for a free flight in Alaska?
How many miles do you need for a free flight to Alaska? Alaska reward flights start at 5,000 miles each way for short flights within the United States. Longer one-way domestic flights will generally cost around 12,500 miles each way. Is it worth buying Alaska Miles?
Who is eligible for Alaska Airlines Free Checked Baggage?
The primary cardholder accumulates miles in their Mileage Plan account, receives the companion certificate, and receives the credit card statement in their name. Secondary cardholders, also known as joint cardholders or authorized users, are not eligible for the free checked baggage benefit.